Low-Earning Americans Harmed by Biden's Executive Orders

The 46th president has come under mighty criticism for his executive actions. Biden, who once professed that mass executive orders were the actions of a dictator, is now engaging in this very dictator-like conduct. Multiple Republican state attorney generals warned Biden last month that they will sue him if he oversteps his legal bounds with these orders.

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Many Americans know about the plethora of executive orders signed by Biden; although, fewer may know that some of the individuals likeliest to suffer harm from the 46th president’s executive actions are low-earning Americans.
Newsmax confirms that low-income persons and middle-class Americans are most susceptible to being hurt by Biden’s executive orders.

Biden’s Executive Orders vs. the American People

Many Republicans have censured Biden’s record number of executive actions. GOP members have also pointed out the damaging impacts of these orders; although, this outlook is apparently a bipartisan one.
Democrat John Catsimatidis, who is considering a run for New York City mayor, is also on the record affirming that Biden’s executive orders will hurt the American people. Catsimatidis told One America News Network (OANN) that union jobs and U.S. energy independence shall suffer because of the 46th president’s executive actions.


Catsimatidis also stated that Biden’s executive actions will raise the prices of food and gasoline for the nation. This will inevitably wreak the most havoc upon low-income and middle-class Americans; both of these demographics have taken various hits in the wake of shutdowns lasting for months on end.

A Worsened Economic Crisis

Before President Trump left office, he explicitly stated that a Biden presidency would rip jobs away from Americans. This is already happening.
Trump also warned that Biden, as president, would prioritize foreign nations over America. This too is already happening; Americans need only look at the means by which OPEC nations and Saudi Arabia benefit from the shutdown of Keystone Pipeline.


The benefits to foreign nations are now coming at the expense of American jobs and partnerships with our allies. This is, apparently, Biden’s notion of how to “build back better.”
Republicans are set to meet with the 46th president this week to reach a compromise on his spending package. The results of this upcoming meeting will ultimately be determined as time passes.
What do you think about the adverse impacts Biden’s executive orders are having on low-income and middle-income Americans? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below.

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